To consider the threshold space as a picture frame or a container in to which can only be stored objects smaller than that space is to limit the potentiality of that space.

The hybridised space of the threshold with chair might also be seen as an unrecognisable allegory and as a reflection of the uncritical human mind.

"Fetishised abstract space thus gives rise to two practical abstractions: users who cannot recognise themselves within it and a thought which cannot conceive of adopting a critical stance towards it".[5]